Camilla Parker “will not forgive” Harry and Meghan for hurting her husband Charles

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London- A source familiar with the matter said that Camilla Parker, the Duchess of Cornwall, “will not forgive” Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle for hurting her husband, Prince Charles, after their separation from the royal family.
Speaking to the British newspaper “The Telegraph”, royal expert Camilla Tomini reported that a source close to Camilla said that although Buckingham Palace is always keen to stress that Harry and Meghan “are still loved by all members of the royal family”, the Duchess of Cornwall does not She is still unable to forgive them after they abused her husband.”
“I don’t think the Duchess will ever forgive Harry and Meghan for what they did to the Prince of Wales,” the source said.
Another source confirmed that Prince Charles was “deeply affected by his disagreement with Harry and that it was really difficult for him.”
Harry and Meghan stepped down from their royal duties last year and moved to the United States.
The couple recently attacked the royal family on more than one occasion, as Harry said during a controversial interview with the American media, Oprah Winfrey, which was broadcast last March, that his father and brother are “captives” of the regime, as members of the royal family. “He felt let down by his father,” who stopped answering his calls and stopped financial support for him when he and his wife traveled to the United States.
Meghan also said during the interview that the royal family refused to provide psychological help to her, after she had the idea of ​​suicide, and she and Harry revealed a conversation in which an unnamed person in the royal family expressed “concern” about the color of their son Archie’s skin during Megan’s pregnancy with him.
In May, the Duke of Sussex said in another interview with Oprah Winfrey, on a program on mental health entitled “The Me You Can’t See” that his life between 28 and 32 years was a “nightmare period”, but he said that he He used to tell people he was ‘okay’ when they asked how he was, because ‘that was easier’.
Harry said that his father did not necessarily provide the support he craved when dealing with life in the spotlight as a member of the royal family, as Prince Charles told his two sons that it was the same for him (meaning the difficulty of dealing with the spotlight), and therefore it would be the same for them as well.
He continued, “This is illogical. Just because you suffered, that doesn’t mean your children have to suffer. In fact, quite the opposite. If you struggle, do everything you can to make sure that whatever negative experiences you have, you can make it work for your children.”
Moreover, Harry said on the American “Armshire Expert” podcast that he moved with his wife and their son to the United States due to a desire to break the “cycle of suffering” in the family, after he discovered that his father, Prince Charles, was treating him “the way he was treated”. .
But the Duke of Sussex said that he did not blame his father, considering that the latter, in turn, “suffered” in his childhood. But he indicated that he decided not to repeat the same mistakes with his children.
“In terms of raising children, if I experience some kind of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that my parents experienced, I will make sure to break the cycle,” Harry said during the interview.





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